Which is correct please
Bachelor of Biology
Bachelor of Biology Degree
Bachelor of Biology...
A "Bachelor of Biology" IS a degree so saying "Bachelor of Biology degree" would be redundant.
Similarly, you might say you have a "Ford Mercury". A Ford Mercury IS a car so you wouldn't say you have a "Ford Mercury car".
That's my opinion anyway.
Yes, junkseller has it right, degree is redundant. I would just write, Bsc. Biology.
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